Short-term residencies of one or more weeks enable long-standing and currently active Five College groups to host writers, scholars, artists, and composers whose work has received special recognition. This type of residency emphasizes extensive classroom interaction with students at all five campuses and, when appropriate, features a public lecture or reading, a concert, or an exhibition of the visitor’s work.
For more information, contact Sue Dickman, Interim Director of Academic Programs, (413) 542-4023.
Five College Fellowships offered year-long residencies for doctoral students completing dissertations. The program supported scholars from under-represented groups and/or scholars with unique interests and histories whose engagement in the Academy will enrich scholarship and teaching.We regret to say that the program is currently on hiatus.
(Please note: No fellowships will be awarded for 2018-2019.)
University of California, Berkeley
African Diaspora Studies
Dissertation: "What’s Left of African Diaspora Theory?: (Re)Turning to Political Economy and
Articulating the Cultural to Economic Realities."
Mount Holyoke College
Sarah Pierce Taylor
University of Pennysylvania
South Asia Studies
Dissertation: “The Aesthetics of Sovereignty: The Poetic and Material Worlds of Medieval
University of California, Los Angeles
Dissertation: "Building the Creolized Empire: Architectural Mixture in the French Colonial World,
Smith College School for Social Work
(Bertha Capen Reynolds Pre Doctoral Fellowship)
Howard University School of Social Work
Clinical Social Work
Dissertation: "Attitudes of Arab Americans toward Person with Disabilities"